« Back to Glossary IndexPublicly traded companies tend to release information about their performance on a periodic basis, sometimes quarterly. A quarterly earnings report discloses information about the company’s net income, earnings per share, net sales, and more. This information helps industry analysts and investors to understand the overall health of a company better. Quarterly reports tend to be issued at the beginning of January, April, July and October and reflect past financial information. (See also: Quarter)« Back to Glossary Index
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